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Ecology of a baculovirus of the black arches moth (Ocneria monacha L., Lepidoptera, Lymantriidae). Persistence of the virus in populations of the insect



Ecology of a baculovirus of the black arches moth (Ocneria monacha L., Lepidoptera, Lymantriidae). Persistence of the virus in populations of the insect



Soviet Journal of Ecology 21(6): 337-342



The persistence of a nuclear polyhedrosis virus of Ocneria monacha was investigated in populations in pine stands in Western Siberia during an outbreak of the pest. The number of insects in which there was latent viral infection was related to the phase in the population dynamics of the host.

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